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Old 10-27-2014
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1998 Ranger/B3000 Brakes

So, I have a B3000, which for all intents and purposes is identical to the Ranger.

My question is about brake lines, I need to replace my front passenger side line, and I wanted to buy pre-bent line to replace it, however I am having some trouble finding exactly the one. I did find one place that has some, but they only have a 1997, not a 1998 kit and I was wondering if anyone knew if they would be the same or if there were some major changes from 97 to 98?

I know the Haynes books cover 93-2008, so just wondering if that meant there were no major changes and if I bought the 97 then it would most likely work in the 98?
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Old 10-28-2014
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Most likely it won't fit. The 97 ranger was ttb your 98 has a different front end.
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